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Culture of Creative Dissatisfaction

It is important for an organization to constantly be innovative to stay competitive. Companies with a risk appetite build a higher productivity curve and ride the wave of innovation.

A culture of creative dissatisfaction in your organization will really help people to constantly improve their performance and innovativeness and also that of the entire company.

 

 

A culture of creative dissatisfaction

>>  challenges the status quo and reduces resistance to change;

>>  helps achieve excellence;

>>  builds capacity for breakthrough innovations.

      

 

Case Studies Google

“We try to anticipate needs not yet articulated by our global audience, and meet them with products and services that set new standards,” says Larry Page, co-founder of Google. “We're always looking for new places where we can make a difference. Ultimately, our constant dissatisfaction with the way things are becomes the driving force behind everything we do.”  >>>

 

Establishing a Culture of Creative Dissatisfaction

To establish a culture of creative dissatisfaction, you as a creative and entrepreneurial leader must convey a burning desire to take the firm to the next level and make a big difference.

Make people unhappy with the status quo. Stimulate innovative thinking, train people to think creatively about problem solving, improvement and innovation all of the time. Celebrate innovative efforts, including both successes and noble failures.

 

 

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